I'm sick of seeing all the topics of those that think they are bricked after they jailbreak. Read this if that applies to you. --- Let's get a few things straight. 1) You didn't brick your ipod. Get that through your head because there is a solution to everything. 2) 'Bricking' your iPod is mostly a myth, and impossible. Really, unless you get into hardware issues, you can't 'brick' your ipod. It can always be restored in some way. 3) You need too reapply the patch every time you wish to reboot. --- Now, lets get started. If you just jailbroke and your thinking "HOLY sh*t WHAT DID THAT DEV TEAM MAKE ME DO!!??! IT WONT TURN ON?!!" You have come to the right place. First though, you should know you should go back to first grade as you have some sort of reading disability. It is clearly stated in the README of rslite (which should be read before you open something, hence 'README') that you need to apply a patch before you can reboot. To do this: 1) Put your iPod into DFU mode. This is a little more challenging because the standard 10/10 count won't work. I personally find that if you hold down both for 20 and then the home button for 10, you will enter DFU mode. Open iTunes and let it tell you that an iPod is in recovery mode before you go ahead an apply the patch. Once you are in DFU mode, exit iTunes. 2) Apply the patch. I can simply say that if your on a mac, I'm going to make this a lot easier. I wrote a small apple script to apply the boot (later modified by our own Salamantis) and it can be found attached to this post (Titled Mac Boot.zip). If you plan to use that, once your ipod is in DFU mode, open up the application and follow the on-screen instructions. If your on windows, then search this forum. There are many users developing as well as already developed applications to boot (and jailbreak) your device. They can tell you how to use them, as they are all mostly one-click applications. 3) Understand that every time you completely power down your device, you will need to reapply this patch. You are not 'bricked', your device isn't broken (well it might be, but that's unrelated to this), and most importantly, the dev team didn't hand out corrupt software. Now, please, do not go crying after reading that you can't understand this, because if you can't, you shouldn't be jailbreaking. On a personal, more rant-esque note, I can't believe how much support is being offered to people going 'i want the jailbreak but ipod no work when i try it'. It's an unsupported release. Use it if you know what you are doing. Stop flooding the forum with questions, and just simply read. If that doesn't work, restore and wait for a jailbreak.